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  2. Larger footprint doesnt preclude better support....

    Larger footprint doesnt preclude better support. Also, it depends on the sort of support you need. For me the Arch wiki provides far more support than ubuntu forums and wiki combined.
  3. As much as I love standardization, I would hate...

    As much as I love standardization, I would hate to see HTML5 become the layout specification for everything. Also, there is no universally supported way to distribute/use compiled binaries via HTML5...
  4. Clearly it isn't about being able to route them...

    Clearly it isn't about being able to route them with existing technologies. If you are setting up a supercomputer interconnect, directly linking computers over ethernet, or trying to make a custom...
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    This is going to be so amazing. We don't have to...

    This is going to be so amazing. We don't have to ship source anymore and we can do crazy things like accept remote IR for GPGPU processing for cloud computing without obtaining the source.
  6. Nobody has to release unless everybody else does....

    Nobody has to release unless everybody else does. If everybody else releases first, then you miss out. If you release early by yourself but then you make a crappy product, everybody will switch to...
  7. Same for me. I have absolutely no incentive to...

    Same for me. I have absolutely no incentive to have an email client. If anything, it would be a security concern for having my emails locally.
  8. I am starting to think the same thing. Maybe they...

    I am starting to think the same thing. Maybe they should just name it GL...but I guess "Graphics Library" isnt a good name. Perhaps KGL, Khronos Graphics Library?
  9. This is amazing. I would love to see them work...

    This is amazing. I would love to see them work with Wayland instead, but what they are doing is still very useful and makes me think that they have the perfect solution for tablets. I have always...
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    I would say there are lots of other languages and...

    I would say there are lots of other languages and libraries (sometimes even for C++) that can also get stuff up and running quickly. That does seem to be the place of C#, but it certainly isn't alone.
  11. The cores are already doing great work for power...

    The cores are already doing great work for power consumption benefits since cores can be clocked lower and run on lower voltage. They are also doing great work for intensive apps like games that...
  12. The cores can be ran at slower speeds with the...

    The cores can be ran at slower speeds with the load distributed better for more power savings (many things may be running at once). Also they are 64-bit, so virtual memory can be allocated more...
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    I think that is pretty much the opinion of every...

    I think that is pretty much the opinion of every informed person on this matter. Very well stated. Hopefully Intel gets the message.
  14. What is the ACTUAL battery life, based on various...

    What is the ACTUAL battery life, based on various use circumstances, particularly with Linux?
  15. Hopefully some powerful AArch64 laptops will be...

    Hopefully some powerful AArch64 laptops will be coming out in the near future. That should solve the problem, or some Intel processors that only support Coreboot.
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    Well, CLR existed before LLVM IR, but I am sure...

    Well, CLR existed before LLVM IR, but I am sure they could write the GC code and use their existing .NET libraries with LLVM. Then they could potentially get the AoT compilation benefits and people...
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    I am actually really curious. Why doesn't...

    I am actually really curious. Why doesn't Microsoft just fork LLVM and use a closed-source internal version? Is CLR offering some advantage to them that LLVM IR cannot beat? Is this entirely an issue...
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    I have used VB for a while, but I recently...

    I have used VB for a while, but I recently switched to GNOME Boxes. It is a little wonky, but when it releases I expect it to be much better than it already is. The performance is good since it uses...
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    As far as popularity goes, I think Linux distros...

    As far as popularity goes, I think Linux distros running on ARM is just about to pick up. We have the Raspberry Pi and other ARM dev boards, but most of those wont be used as primary devices. The new...
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